Discover The Value Of Canny Mortgage Research

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You hear people griping about the cost of consumer products these days. The socialist-student-worker-miser believes capitalism is inherently wicked. Someone is out to screw him. The truth is ‘yes’, someone is out to screw you, and will, but only if you let them. They’re not obliged to get you the best deal, and you’re not […]

Now May Be The Time To Go Into Dividends

(21 votes, average: 3.76 out of 5)

Soaring technology stocks led the longest bull market in history during the 1990s, driving investors to shun stocks of dividend-paying firms. The steady stock performance of more conservative firms just seemed pale in comparison. But now, rising interest rates and slowing corporate earnings are causing investors to again turn to the tried-and-true: high-quality firms with […]

Real Estate Training Guide How To Become A Successful Real Estate Agent

(6 votes, average: 3.17 out of 5)

Real estate training is essential for the people who want to become a successful real estate broker. It helps them to learn all about real estate business. Real estate business requires some time, some basic knowledge of the business and skill to perform all transactions. Real estate business will be one of the good carriers […]

Life Advice Looking Through A Window

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Living in today’s metropolitan world of cellular phones, mobile computers and other high-tech gadgets is not just hectic but very impersonal. We make money and then invest our time and effort in making more money. Does it end? Not usually because we are never satisfied. How many times have we convinced ourselves that if only […]

What You Should Know About Probate

(7 votes, average: 3.43 out of 5)

Death is never easy to deal with and knowing what to expect in probate will ease your concerns and allow you to think only of your dying loved one. The definition of probate is legally settling the deceased’s property, also known as their estate. When a death occurs, the debts, property, possessions and money of […]

Bad Credit History Need A Mortgage

(1 votes, average: 3.00 out of 5)

Imagine this. You see that beautiful bungalow while driving past the marina. Your heart asks you to get out of the car, pay a visit to the seller and buy the house immediately. But then you realize that your wallet is not as fat as you would expect It to be. This results in you […]

Why Should I Sell My House And Rent It Back

(2 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)

Do you want to stay in the same home you live in now, but you are having problems paying the mortgage? This happens to many people and they unfortunately choose to move away from their beloved home to get away from the high mortgage payment. However, there is an option for you to sell to […]

Investing In Socially Conscious Stocks

(7 votes, average: 4.29 out of 5)

You may want to be socially conscious and do the right thing, both in your own community and in the larger global community. Perhaps you are concerned about environmental issues or about opportunities for fair trade and human rights, or maybe you are passionate about protecting wildlife or promoting healthy diet and exercise for young […]

Follow Through With Your People To Make Your Team Strong

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Finding nuggets in the numbers is not only possible but very probable. Never give up and you will see the potential of making money with the nuggets you have mined and shined. With your nuggets you are making progress with people that will build your program. On with the show! Keep your team organized, let […]

The Key To Protecting Your Money

(8 votes, average: 3.13 out of 5)

Have you ever experienced a major paradigm shift? You know, the kind where you think you already know something about something… But suddenly, you learn something new about that ‘something’ that changes your whole perspective and outlook on the topic. If so, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. Now, you know that something […]

Banking Machinary

(4 votes, average: 4.00 out of 5)

Capital, then, is wealth invested in industry, finance is the machinery by which this process of investment is carried out, and international finance is the machinery by which the wealth of one country is invested in another. Let us consider the case of a doctor in a provincial town who is making an annual income […]

Saving Tax With Loans In India

(1 votes, average: 2.00 out of 5)

“Saving Tax” on your income is always a spot of interest for each one of us and why not when there is a legal way? Saving Tax is easier under Indian Income Tax Act if one opts for the home loan. There are two sections of Indian Income Tax which allow you to avail this […]

Fed Hikes Interest Rates Again

(4 votes, average: 3.50 out of 5)

On November 1, 2005, the Federal Reserve Bank [Fed] raised interest rates one quarter of a percentage point. Since Summer 2004, outgoing Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan has been raising interest rates on a regular basis since hitting its low point of just 1%. Now at 4%, Greenspan is expected to raise rates two more times […]

New Rules For Buy To Let Landlords

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A tightening of regulations regarding the letting of larger properties containing three or more storeys, converted into smaller self contained residential units, came into force at the beginning of April 2006. Further information on the Licence for Multiple Occupation is available on, but here are the basic facts: The licences will be issued by […]

Raising The Bar Of Online Financial News Stockleaf Has Sprouted

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So what is Stockleaf if it’s not a budding pod on the branch of the World Wide Web’s financial oak tree? Quite simply, it’s a tool. And it may be the most ingenious tool introduced to the global cyber community. Why? Because it’s simple and it works. If only everything were held to those standards. […]